I remember the first time I made a Tumblr. I was absolutely terrified that I wouldn’t get any followers, or worse, that my friends would find my blog. Tumblr is a blogging site that currently boasts 244.4 million blogs created by people of all ages and backgrounds. I think Tumblr will eventually become the new Facebook, but hopefully our parents won’t figure out how to use it. Since I’m the proud owner of two blogs, I thought I would share a few reasons why I think everyone else should make a Tumblr blog, too.
1. Social Awareness
Before I made a Tumblr, I barely knew what was going on in the world. But the people on Tumblr do a better job of reporting the news than actual newscasters. Actually, I know this for a fact. Depending on the people you follow, you’ll probably end up knowing more about the UK’s economy than you will about America’s. Also, exposure to many different cultures on Tumblr helps you increase your self-awareness. I found that America is pretty far behind when it comes to certain issues. For example, did you know that if you go to college in Scotland you don’t have to pay for it unless you can actually afford it? Yeah, I’m probably moving to Scotland.
2. Find More Like-Minded People
One thing I like in particular about Tumblr is that you can always find somebody who’s just like you. It doesn’t matter what you’re into: politics, cats, celebrities, books, religion, etc. There’re a ton of people who are also into those things, and they want to find others who share their interests. Tumblr is a truly welcoming community for all types of people; once you join, you’ll never be alone. Most people will be eager to talk as well, because let’s face it, most of us are introverts who get our kicks by interacting from the safety of our own homes.
3. Creativity and Individually
A great thing about Tumblr is you can do whatever you want, however you want. There are dozens of different types of blogs. For example, I have a fandom blog (I won’t tell you what I fan-girl over, that’s embarrassing) and a study blog (follow me: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/cheys-studyblr). There’re Hipster blogs, black and white blogs, music blogs, etc. Those are only a few of the many kinds I’ve seen pop up on my dashboard. The best part is you can personalize your blog however you like. There’re a billion themes, colors, and fonts. Tumblr is your creative space, where no one can judge you–most of the time.
4. A Great Way to Waste Time. and Data.
The title speaks for itself: I constantly find myself on Tumblr. When I first made my blog, I was addicted to it. Constantly checking if I had any new followers, if my favorite was being problematic, or if the Staff (the people who run Tumblr) had decided to ruin Tumblr with some ridiculous update. The only downside to constantly being on Tumblr is that it can kill your data. At the age of 18, my mom was still threatening to take my phone away from me. Everyone agrees that the Tumblr mobile app is awful, but the Staff hates us and never does anything about it. It’s usually just better to use your computer. If you find yourself getting addicted to it during the school year, I would recommend using a website blocker, which you can easily download on Google Chrome.
5. It’s Fun!
I’ve been on Tumblr for two years now, and I’ve built a pretty good fan base for my blogs. I’ve met so many new people from different countries and learned so much about various topics. Tumblr has exposed me to the horrible situations going on in the world that we, as Americans, tend to ignore. It changed my mind on numerous political issues, and it helped me become more accepting of people in real life. That being said, Tumblr is a good place to relax and forget about life for five minutes. or five hours. or five days.
Introduction: How to Create a Tumblr Account
You are in charge of social media for an artist and you need to create a tumblr account to keep fans updated about performances, tours, photos, and new music. Firefox, Safari, or Chrome is fine to use.
Materials Needed: Computer
Step 1: Make an Account on Tumblr.com
Go to the address bar and type in www.tumblr.com. The page should open up like the image above and will give you an option to either sign up or login. If you already have a tumblr account you can login and have to option to create a separate blog but use the same login information. To create an account you need to give an email, a password, and a username (for the project I created an email account for you to use. (Email: [email protected] Password: Gunning317 Username: RSEnglish317)
After you have logged in an image should pop um that looks like the image above. Don’t worry about that now, scroll down and click the make it button.
Step 3: Getting Started by Choosing 3 Blogs
then a screen will come up and in the upper right hand corner you will see a search bar, just to help you get some feed on your dashboard search for your artist or record company that you work for and chose 3 blogs that interest you. Once you have 3 blogs at the top of the screen a button that says next step will appear click it.
*The search bar is also where you can look up any topic and a blog or post with similar tags will appear, and there you can follow or reblog.
Here are some topics that you can search:
Red Hot Chili Peppers
Step 4: Learning the Tools on the Dashboard
In the picture above is where your control panel is it has the home button, mail, help, settings, and the logoff button.
The second bar is where you create your post. As you can see you have a lot of options as to which format you want to use.
You can from a text post, photo post, quote post, link post, audio post, or video post.
*The chat icon is for when you want to communicate to another blogger.
Step 5: Hot to Get to the Customize Page
Now it’s time to customize the blog. On the right there will be a button that looks like an eye and says “customize” next to it, once you click that you should appear to a screen that looks like this
Step 6: How to Customize You Blog Page
on the left side of the screen you will see the customize section where you can change the way your blog looks. The cool thing about this is that once you make the change you will immediately see it happen on the screen to the right. And you can always change it if you need to.
Step 7: Write a Description of Your Artist
One of the main purposes of running this blog is to get inform the viewer of the artist. On the same screen as before write in the description section about the artist and tell them what they can expect on the blog. When you are done just hit save on the top right of the column and then hit exit.
Step 8: Reblog the Pictures You Like
Now that you have your blog looking the way that you want, it’s time to start blogging. Like I mentioned above you can create your own post or upload your own picture, but another thing that is cool about Tumblr is that you can reblog something from another account. The blogs that you follow on the account will show you what they have posted on your dashboard, that is the part where all the pictures are.
Step 9: How to Reblog a Post
If you see something you like you can reblog or like it by going to the bottom of the post and either clicking the heart button to like it or click the two arrows to reblog it. If you want to reblog it will come up like this. You can add your own message if you want to or you can simply just click reblog button and it will appear on you blog page and on your dashboard.
Step 10: How You Tumblr Should Look at the End
To see what you blog looks like up-to-date go to your dashboard and click your blog name in the right hand corner of the screen and it will take you to your blog and to return you just go all the way to the top right corner of the screen and there will be a button labeled dashboard click that and you will return to your dashboard. And this is how your tumblr should look like at the end.
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Introduction: How to Make a Tumblr Page!
These instructions will show you how to create a Tumblr page!
What is Tumblr?
“Tumblr is a microblogging platform and social networking website founded by David Karp and owned by Yahoo! Inc. The service allows users to post multimedia and other content to a short-form blog.”
– Yahoo! Inc.
What is Tumblr used for?
Tumbr is used for for sharing media with people following you. This media can be photos, music, videos, quotes, and basically anything. The most popular posts on Tumblr are photos, memes, and gifs.
Tumblr allows you to remain anonymous if you prefer. Tumblr is not censored so creativity is not confined. Tumblr is one of the top 10 most popular websites in the world with over 20 billion views per month!
Step 1: How to Create a Tumblr Account!
First go to http://www.tumblr.com. Then click on “sign-up” in the lower, left-hand, corner.
Enter your e-mail address. Then enter a password and username that you would like to use on your Tumblr page. Then click the “Sign up” box below.
Enter your age and then click in the box next to “I have read, understand, and agree to the Tumblr Terms Of Service.” Then click the “Done!” box below.
Note: Tumblr will censor the website if your age is younger than 18. Explicit material will not be displayed.
Click in the “Avatar” box and chose a photo of yourself you would like to be your avatar. Then click the word “Title” to type a title you want for your blog. Then click the “Description” word below and type a description of what your blog will contain.
Note: This can be changed at anytime.
In the search bar in the upper, right-hand corner, type an interest of yours. When you find a blog that sounds interesting to you in the drop menu, click on the blue box with the + inside to follow the blog. You must start by following at least 3 blogs.
Click the “next step” box at the top.
Click on the mobile device you have to link your Tumblr page to your phone. If you don’t want to, click the last option “I’ll get it later.”
You now have a tumblr page! Now in the top banner, click on the Gear Wheel icon. This will take you to the page where you can edit your blog.
If you have not verified your e-mail first, then go to your e-mail and click on the message from Tumblr to confirm your e-mail address.
This screen will pop up and not allow you to go any further if you have not confirmed your e-mail address.
If you have already confirmed your e-mail, then click “edit theme” to change your Tumblr page’s appearance.
Under the customize tab, go through the options and change the colors. If you know html codes, you can click “edit html” and enter a code. “Browse themes > “ is available if you don’t know how to use html codes. These are already made themes.
After you select a theme or edit your html coding, click “Save” on the top right side of the header.
Note: After you click “Save” the box will then say “Saved.”
Then click “Exit” on the left to go back to the home page.
Now you are ready to post media!
Go top menu on the right of your avatar and select the type of media you want to post. If you select “Photo” it will take you to a box to search your computer and upload a picture.
After you select a picture, click “Post”
After you successfully post a photo or other media, you can click on the menu under the search bar in the upper right hand corner of the screen to view the media on your blog.
Click your blog name to see your posts or click the url below your blog name to see how other people will see your blog.
You now know the basics of Tumblr! Enjoy!
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Tumblr – A Great Marketing Tool For Your Business
Is your business utilizing Tumblr as a social marketing platform? Did you know that Tumblr is ranked #1 in social passion towards brands? (Source: Adobe, Social Intelligence Report for Q3 2013).
Tumblr is a social network and micro-blogging website that allows users to post content and media on their own mini-blogs. Followers have the ability to reblog posts, appealing to others interested in a particular industry.
Tumblr is a great tool to share creative content while simultaneously strengthening your brand and increasing the visibility of your business.
Tumblr is extremely beneficial to businesses that blog and share content, are content creators, work in fashion, graphics, and other exciting fields that can capture share-worthy photos and videos.
With over 550 million monthly visitors and 45 million posts created each day, creating a Tumblr business account is a key factor increasing online presence.
If your company or industry is coupled with trendy visual content, Tumblr is a must have in your online marketing strategy!
How to set your Tumblr Business Account
Step 1. Navigate to Tumblr
Head over to Tumblr and select ‘Get Started’ to create a new account. Enter a business email address, and then create a password and username for the account. Use a professional business address as this email can be used to help users find your blog posts!
Step 2. Select 5 areas of interest
Select 5 areas related to your business. These help you to connect with blogs and users with similar interests. You can gain insight on what potential competitors are doing and what type of posts are successful for that category. Once you are satisfied with your selection, click next.
Step 3. Verify your Account
Log into the email you set for the account and activate your account my clicking on the activation link provided in the email sent by Tumblr Support.
If you do not see the email, click “send it again” located on the top banner of your dashboard and double check your spam folder and social tab (if you are using Gmail).
Step 4. Account Created!
Congratulations! You have created a Tumblr account for your business! You may now start posting away and re-blogging other users. We suggest taking some time to view the posts that appear on your dashboard to familiarize yourself with the culture of Tumblr. The posts on your dashboard are trending posts from the categories you picked in step 2.
Step 5. Let’s customize!
To customize and brand the account, click on the account icon located on the top right menu and select “Edit Appearance”. This will take you to the blog settings page.
It’s time to add your branding! Click on the pencil icons on the edit appearance section to change the blog avatar and header image. It is recommended to use your businesses logo for the avatar and a similarly branded design for the header image.
You can further customize the blog by selecting “Edit themes” in the blog settings page. This allows you to change things such as font and colours.
Step 6. Start posting!
It is time to start posting with your freshly created Tumblr business account!
To start click one of the 7 post types available to you on the homepage.
For this example, we selected a text post. For these types of posts, you input a post title, text content, and post tags.
Step 7. Share Your Post!
When you are ready, hit “Post” to share the piece to your blog which will show up on the dashboard of your followers and in chronological order to users visiting your blog.
Congratulations! You now created a Tumblr business account and posted your first update. Keep at it and don’t forget to advertise and encourage customers follow your Tumblr account!
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One of the most tiresome parts of roleplaying (for me, anyways) is making new character accounts. I’ve gone with manually creating them on Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo, etc. with names like ‘yobiscuitdog’ and 10-minute emails, which are simpler and take less time but are very hard to remember. I usually end up copy/pasting them into a drafts of my main Tumblr to keep track of them all! But guess what: there is a way around making a new email for each new Tumblr account. In fact, you only need one email! To be more specific, you only need one Gmail. This is super easy, and super useful! If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Links to screenshots are bolded.
Create a Gmail account.
Already have a Gmail account you want to use? Awesome! Feel free to skip this step.Don’t have a Gmail? Just as awesome! Head over to Gmail and create one, easy peasy! Sometimes, it does ask you to give your phone number to send a verification code to after you submit the form. It doesn’t always ask you for your phone number, though, and oftentimes, it shows up for awhile, and then goes away. You can get the verification code immediately and start going from there, or you can wait awhile and keep checking back to see if it’s working – the choice is yours!
Create an account on Tumblr.
For the sake of this tutorial, I created two accounts: one with the Gmail I created for character accounts, and one with the same Gmail, to show you that it works! Sign up for a Tumblr account using your email, like this. Go check your email and look for the email from Tumblr support (it should show up under the Social tab), click the verification link, and set up the account. This should be easy peasy. I hope you know how to register for Tumblr by now if you’re reading this! If not, it is easy peasy lemon squeezy and very self-explanatory. But if you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask! See, this is the Tumblr dashboard of redandblueguy after it’s all set up.
Sign up for a second account on Tumblr – using the same email.
Like I said, you can use the same email. But that sounds weird, right? That doesn’t sound possible! Here’s the trick: let’s say the email you used is [email protected] Now you want to make a second blog with the same email, but you do have to make some modifications. So, you add a plus sign (+) after the username, and then add an identifier that makes it easy to remember which account is for which. So if my second blog is a Tumblr for a character named Myriam, I would probably use [email protected], so I remember that the account is Myriam’s! When you’re signing up, it should look like this.
Verify the Tumblr blog – with the same email!
The verification email will be sent to the same email you used for the first account! If I’m continuing my previous example, the email would go to [email protected], like this. When I clicked on the email, it showed up like this, with the strange rectangle with three dots inside of it! Just click on that little button and you should get to this.
Here is the dashboard of the new Tumblr account I just made! Voila! See, it’s that easy. I hope this was helpful, and I know this is going to save my life, and I hope it saves yours! Have a great day!
Follow these steps to make a blog using Tumblr
Tumblr is growing quickly as more and more people realize it’s ease-of-use and features are hard to resist. You can make a free blog with Tumblr in just a few minutes by visiting the Tumblr home page and following the steps provided. This is your primary Tumblr blog, so the name, link, and avatar that you use to create your first blog during the account setup process is very important. They follow you everywhere as you interact with other Tumblr users and share content. You cannot delete your primary blog. Instead, you’d have to close your entire Tumblr account, so plan accordingly from the start.
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When you make a free blog on Tumblr, it is automatically public. You cannot turn your primary Tumblr blog setting from public to private. However, you can set specific posts published on your primary blog in the future to be private. Just set the publish now setting to private when you’re creating your private post. If you want to create a completely private Tumblr blog, you need to make a second blog separate from your primary Tumblr blog and choose the option to password-protect it. You’ll be prompted to enter a password that visitors will have to know and input in order to view your private blog.
Design and Appearance
There are a variety of Tumblr theme designs available to you when you make your free Tumblr blog, which you can access without leaving your Tumblr account. Just click the Customize link followed by the Appearance link in your Tumblr dashboard to view your Tumblr blog’s appearance settings. You can change your Tumblr blog’s colors, images, fonts, and widgets as well as add comments and performance tracking code (both of which are discussed later in this article).
You can add pages to your Tumblr blog to make it look more like a traditional website. For example, you might want to publish an About Me page or a contact page. If you use a theme from the Tumblr themes library, that theme will be set up so you can immediately add pages to your Tumblr blog.
If you want to display comments that visitors leave on your Tumblr blog posts, then you need to configure your blog to accept and display them. Fortunately, it’s easy to do. Just click the Appearance link in your Tumblr dashboard to add the Disqus comments platform to your Tumblr blog.
To ensure your Tumblr blog posts and comments are time-stamped to match the time zone you’re in, click Settings from the top navigation bar of your Tumblr dashboard and choose your timezone.
If you want to use a custom domain for your Tumblr blog, you have to purchase that domain from a domain registrar first. Once you secure your domain, you must change your domain’s to point to 220.127.116.11. If you have problems with this step, you can get detailed instructions from your domain registrar. Once you’ve done that, you need to click the Settings link from the top navigation bar of your Tumblr dashboard and check the box for Use a Custom Domain. Enter your new domain, and click Save Changes. Keep in mind, it can take up to 72 hours for your domain registrar to redirect your domain’s A-record per your request. Before you change any settings in your Tumblr dashboard, make sure your domain A-record change has taken effect.
Tracking Performance Statistics
To add your tracking code from Google Analytics to your Tumblr blog, click the Appearance link from your Tumblr dashboard’s top navigation bar. However, if your Tumblr theme doesn’t support Google Analytics through the Appearance section of your dashboard, then you must add it manually. Create a Google Analytics account, and add a website profile for your Tumblr domain. Copy and paste the custom code provided into your Tumblr blog by clicking the Customize link from the top navigation bar of your Tumblr dashboard. Then click the Info tab. Paste the code provided by Google Analytics into the Description field, and click Save. Return to your Google Analytics account and click Finish. Your statistics should start appearing within a day or two.
Tumblr is a unique blogging site that specializes in striking visual design. Besides providing great blog layouts that can help your personal or small-business Website look more impressive, Tumblr has posting tools that make it easy to share photos and videos quickly. However, the service has some idiosyncrasies that take some getting used to. With that in mind, let’s look at what it takes to start your own Tumblr blog and take the first steps toward making it popular.
Starting Your Tumblr
Starting a Tumblr blog may be the easiest thing you do on the site. Just click Sign up in the upper right corner of the Tumblr.com homepage. Then enter your email address, a password, and the website URL you’d like to reserve. Most of the obvious names and jokes are taken, so it pays to be creative when thinking of a short, clever URL that will be easy for your readers to remember. Tumblr will send you an email to confirm your new account; when you receive it, you can head over to your Twitter dashboard, the nerve center of your new blog.
The Tumblr dashboard is the nerve center of your blog, and you can find it on the top-right of the screen.
As you begin creating your profile, don’t worry about being tied down to your custom URL–Tumblr allows you to start more than one blog on its service. To start a new Tumblr blog, click the icon that looks like three bars next to your blog’s name on your dashboard and then select create new blog.
Choosing Your Theme
Once you’ve created a new blog, you’ll going to want to make sure that it looks great. To get started customizing your Tumblr blog, choose Customize Theme on the right hand side of your dashboard. That link will take you to a selection screen that displays various premade Tumblr themes on the left, and a mock-up of how a selected theme would look like on your site on the rest of the screen.
Tumblr automatically shows you a preview of how your blog will look with a new theme.
Most of Tumblr’s themes are free, but some paid themes are available as well (at amounts ranging from $9 to $49) to help your blog stand out from the crowd a bit more. You can also customize the color palette of your chosen theme, and tweak characteristics such as the color of links, backgrounds, and text. Tumblr’s premade themes are excellent; but if you aren’t a fan, you can’t directly edit the code as you can with WordPress and other blogging platforms. This limitation can be frustrating for experienced programmers, but most users consider it a small price to pay for the convenience of Tumblr’s design.
Posting Like a Pro
Once you’ve perfected the look of your blog, you need to start cranking out high-quality content to make it worth visiting. Near the top of your dashboard, you’ll see a bar with options such as ‘text’, ‘photo’, and ‘quote’. These are the different blog templates that Tumblr provides for different kinds of content.
These templates make it a snap to share almost any type of content you can imagine on Tumblr. For example, if you want to add a YouTube video, click video and give Tumblr the URL for the video you want to share. Tumblr will automatically generate code that you can use to attach the video to a post on your blog alongside any commentary that you want to write. Similarly, to upload audio files or attach music from the popular audio sharing site SoundCloud, along with your own commentary, click audio.
Tumblr’s post templates work well for quick sharing, but they can be uncomfortably restrictive once you’ve gained experience as a blogger. For example, the ‘photo’ option limits you to a single photo with commentary per post. The same goes for the ‘video’ and ‘quote’ options. If you want to exercise a bit more control over your posts, and you’re comfortable working with Tumblr, choose text. This option brings up the interface for creating a blog post with a more powerful WYSIWYG editor that enables you to insert multiple images, add HTML code for embedding YouTube videos, and even stick Tumblr’s quote formatting anywhere you want in your post.
Reblogging and Following
To make a name for yourself on Tumblr, you need more than just great content; you also need an understanding of the Tumblr community. Tumblr has a unique system of aggregating content by following other users, as well as its own arrangement for liking posts to signal that you enjoy another user’s content.
Tumblr’s killer feature is the ability to reblog other users easily. Just click the Reblog button at the top of the screen when viewing any other user’s Tumblr post, and Tumblr will automatically import the post into your blog–with proper attribution–and allow you to add commentary to the post if you wish.
Every Tumblr post features a “Reblog” button, making it easy to share content with your readers and peers in the communities.
Reblogging interesting posts from other Tumblr users a smart way to add high-quality content to your blog and to build your reputation within the Tumblr community. Tumblr automatically notifies you every time another user follows you, likes one of your posts, or or reblogs it. So each time you reblog other Tumblr users’ work, you promote their content and you encourage them to take a look at what you’re doing; if they like what they see, they may reblog some of your posts to their followers.
For bloggers who pay the goodwill forward and produce good content of their own, Tumblr is probably the easiest place on the Internet to build up a dedicated following. Learning how to communicate within the idiosyncratic Tumblr community takes a little time, but once you do, it’s a wonderful place to share your insights, images, and videos.
Of possible related interest: For advice on how to deal with blogspam–spam comments that attempt to link to commercial content from your blog–see “When ‘Viagra’ Comments on Your Blog, and Other Spam Red Flags.”
With a group blog on Tumblr, you can manage a blog with multiple authors. It’s very easy to setup and can bring a whole new dynamic to your site. Let’s take a look at how to do it!
Group blogs have multiple members, and at least one admin. The author of the blog can add more Tumblr users to a secondary blog and also set the permission to be a member or an admin.
The difference between these roles is that an admin can invite new users and manage existing ones and can delete any post. A member can post and edit/remove their own posts. Also, admins are the ones that can view and reply to questions.
How to Add Members to a Tumblr Blog
To add members to a (secondary) Tumblr blog just follow these steps:
- Click on the user icon on the top menu and select the Blog you want to add members to
- Click “Members” on the sidebar menu
- On the Members page, write the username or email in the input field and click “Invite to this blog”
The user will then receive an email from Tumblr to join the group blog.
How to Make A Member Admin
To make a member admin, just go to the Members page (see above) then click the “Promote to admin” button next to the user you want to make admin. This can only be done once, you cannot remove the privileges of an admin. Only that user can remove themselves from the group, so make sure you trust the person enough to make them admin of your blog.
Having a group blog can make your blog even more amazing and fun. Make sure that you define guidelines so that every member is on the same page regarding posting and following your blog’s brand.
In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through adding links to your theme’s description that often displays in the header or sidebar.
Step one: Open the “edit theme” page
1. Log into Tumblr and click on the ’human’ cog icon and Select your blog from the right-hand column.
2. Click the Edit appearance option.
3. Click Edit theme
Step two: changing your description
I’ve highlighted the box where you can add your description.
To add to your description, simply type something in the box.
When you want to add links, copy and paste this into your box:
Replace “http://quickguide.tumblr.com/” with the website you want people to go to (make sure you include the http:// part, or the link won’t work), and replace “Link to Quick Guide” with words you want people to see.
For example, in my site description box, I’ve added two links to a Tumblr blog, and Instagram account:
Now, when I open my Tumblr blog, you can see the links:
To make a line break (a “gap”) in your description, paste the following code in your description:
See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
How to make a DAUM account
If you’re familiar with fancafe, you’ll be familiar with DAUM. Daum is one of the top 3 Korean websites in Korea. Daum is like Yahoo. You have mail, groups, news, etc. but everything is in Korean.
You don’t need to be a Korean citizen to register in Daum. Here are the 10 explained steps on how to make an account in Daum.net
STEP 1: Go to daum.net and at the right side, click on the bolded words 회원가입(the one that’s encircled below)
STEP 2: You will be redirected to this page, asking you to type in your email for your registration (e.g your hotmail / gmail email adress). Tick the boxes for terms and conditions too!
STEP 3: Fill in your personal details for your Daum account. Please take into account that the Daum ID you choose here will be your login ID!
If the bottom text under your ID says ’사용하실 수 없는 아이디입니다.’, this means that your ID is not available.
STEP 4: You will next be redirected to this page, asking you to check your email in the next 12 hours to confirm your account. Click on the blue button to finish your registration.
STEP 5: Your email will have a message from Daum which looks like the one below. Click on the link provided and it will redirect you to Daum.
STEP 6: Now you are free to log in and out of Daum!
Having a daum account now assures you can join any fancafe, but increasing your fancafe rank is a different story
Last Updated: 5 years ago By Bill Flitter Time to Read: 1 minute
With over 420 million users, there is no doubt that Tumblr is one of the bigger blogging platforms on the market today. The amount of time spent on Tumblr, according to Yahoo!, increased from 22 minutes in 2013 to over 28 minutes in 2014
a significant metric within social media. We created this simple RSS hack to get more Tumblr followers by promoting your content across social media.
We’ll show you how to get followers on Tumblr by promoting your tumblr RSS content across social media.
Not a Tumblr user? Read the bonus material below to learn how to tap into Tumblr’s 420 million users.
How to Grow Tumblr Followers
Step 1. Enter the Tumblr blog URL you want to convert to an RSS feed.
If you have a custom domain, the process to create an RSS feed is the same.
Step 2. Add ‘RSS’ to the end of the Tumblr URL from Step 1.
Step 3. Grow your Tumblr Followers.
Create a dlvr.it route using the newly created Tumblr RSS feed and share to Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and more. Drive users back to your Tumblr blog.
Anytime you post to Tumblr, all the social networks you have connected in the route will be automatically updated with the latest content from Tumblr.
Advanced Users: By default, Tumblr sets the output of the RSS feed to summary content. If you want full content in the RSS feed, you need to access the advance options. Once you are logged into your Tumblr dashboard, follow the instructions below:
- Click ‘Customize’ in the upper right of the dashboard
- Click ‘Advanced options’ at the bottom of the page on the left
- Toggle ‘Truncate RSS feed’ to set for the “Off” mode
Bonus: How to quickly tap into Tumblr’s 420 Million users
If you are already creating content on another blogging platform or social network, leverage your existing efforts to reach a new audience on Tumblr.
Step 1. In your dlvr.it account, add your blog RSS feed to a route.
In this example, we are adding the dlvr.it blog content to a Tumblr blog. Read our Getting Started Guide for complete instructions on how to create Route like you see below.
Step 2. Add Tumblr to the Destination side of the route.
In this example, we are sharing the dlvr.it blog content to our Tumblr blog Social Media Minute.
Read our Getting Started Guide for complete instructions.
Step 3. Customize the settings.
During set-up, the following box will appear. The image below shows the optimal settings for a well-formatted Tumblr blog.
Anytime the RSS feed updates, dlvr.it will automatically update your Tumblr blog and you gain more exposure for your content.
Smart Social Media Automation
The easiest way to automatically share great content to
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and more.
This is in accordance with software updates of Tumblr until 17th October 2020.
There are honestly SO MANY WAYS to organize your Masterlist! You can organize it into sections and sub-sections (and some more sub-sections). Assuming you’re fanfic/fanart/gif set creator, you can organize it fandom wise, character wise, finished/unfinished status wise, fluff/smut/angst wise, blah blah blah…and then add subsections to organize it further – or don’t if you don’t want to!
You can have a ‘Masterlist of Masterlists’ of sorts if that’s your thing, where you have links of masterlists of different fandoms/characters/whatever at one place. Or you can have the links of all your works in one single post. You can choose to include the summaries or warnings or anything else in the masterlist. Or you can only include the names of your works.
Your Masterlist. Your Wish.
I’m sure sure you’ve already seen some masterlists and you have some ideas of your own. Basically,
Creating a Masterlist = Organizing + Copying and Adding Links
You can organize it however you want, and for copying the links, the link of those instructions is given at the top. As for adding links and creating a masterlist from scratch, the instructions are given below.
I am going to make a copy of my existing masterlist to demonstrate the process. Since I write for only one fandom at the moment, it’s organized character wise.
Step 1. Click on the ‘pencil’ icon at the bottom right corner.
Step 2. Simply write the names of characters and the titles of works you want to add. In UPEER CASE, lower case, a MiX oF bOtH, however you want!
*NOTE – There isn’t a ‘title’ section in the app as in the Chrome browser, so you need to just write Masterlist (or whatever heading you want) at the very beginning.
Step 3. Long press a text and some options will appear below it. Some options are already available at the bottom.
- Aa – Different fonts and sizes and listing options are available when you click on them…and keep clicking.
- [I have no idea what the second icon is called] – [to add links – discussed below]
- Gif – to attatch gifs
- [next] – to upload images from gallary
- [headphones] – to upload audio files
- # – to add tags
– makes letters appear smaller than normal
[last icon] – [to add links – discussed below]
I’ve done it this way only to demonstrate. YOU DO IT HOWEVER YOU WANT!
Step 4. Adding Links one by one.
- Copy the link of your work. (Instructions’ link given at top)
- Long press a the name of your work and some options will appear below it.
- Click on the ‘paper clip interlocked ‘ [idk the name don’t kill me please]
- Paste the link in the box that appears, then click on Add Link.
After a link is added, the text will appear underlined.
Do the same for other works…and you’re done! Be sure to post/save as draft.
Link to How to add masterlist to your bio is given above.
Hope this was good and helpful. Happy customizing your masterlist!
So you’ve bought a brand new and beautiful premium theme for your Tumblr blog but you’ve no idea how to install Tumblr themes? We’ll help you with that. In this post, we’ll show you exactly how to change a Tumblr theme and install a Tumblr theme from scratch with step-by-step instructions.
Installing a theme from the Tumblr themes directory is fairly an easy process. You just find a theme you like and click on that green Install button. But, the process is different for themes that you buy or download from a third-party marketplace. We’ll get to that in a moment.
First, we’ll show you how to use a theme from the Tumblr themes directory!
How To Change Tumblr Themes
Here’s how you can change your default theme into a different theme from the Tumblr themes directory.
Step 1: Click on the Account icon on the top-right corner.
Step 2: Select Edit Appearance.
Step 3: Then click on Edit Theme button
Step 4: Click on Browse Themes.
Step 5: Find a theme you like from the directory. Select the theme you like and click on the Use button
That’s it! You should be able to see a brand new design on your blog.
How To Install Tumblr Themes
Now, let’s say that you’ve bought a high-quality premium theme from a third-party marketplace like Themelantic. Installing these premium themes requires a little bit of extra work.
Here’s how it’s done.
Note: Before you make any changes to your theme, make sure to keep a backup of your theme, just in case.
Step 1: Once you download your theme .ZIP file from the theme marketplace, extract its content.
Step 2: If you’ve bought the theme from a premium marketplace like Themelantic, then you’ll find an HTML file inside the extracted folder titled “Install”. Open this file using your browser (eg: Chrome, Firefox).
If the .ZIP file doesn’t have an Install.html file, simply find the main .html file containing the theme code and open it using a code editor. We recommend using Brackets for this job.
Step 3: Select all code in the .html file and hit CTRL + C to copy the code.
Step 4: Go back to your Tumblr dashboard and open the theme editor by clicking on the Account icon on the top-right corner, click Edit Appearance, and click Edit Theme button
Step 5: Click on Edit HTML. Select all code in the HTML window and delete it (remember to backup the code before deleting).
Step 6: Then paste the theme code that you copied from the Premium theme .html file into the Tumblr editor.
Step 7: Click Update Preview button and see how the theme looks. To keep using this new theme, click the Save button.
After finishing the installation, you can customize the theme to your preference.
How To Use Tumblr Themes
Premium themes are much more customizable than free themes. You’ll be able to add sliders, header backgrounds, logos, add widgets, change colors, enable infinite scroll, create tag menus, and much more.
To use all these customization options, go back to the Edit Appearance window from your Tumblr dashboard and edit the settings however you like.
It may seem like a lot of work at first, but installing a theme can be done in a few simple steps. You’ll also notice that premium themes offer lots of options for you to customize the appearance of your Tumblr blog to truly personalize it to make it look unique.
It will help you create a more authentic Tumblr blog that stands out from the crowd. If you’re still looking for a great theme, be sure to check out our other Tumblr themes collections and content!
Definitions, infos in Tumblr before my question to be all clear:
- In Tumblr all user account had a primary blog, for example noticiasdepoliticahoy.tumblr.com .
- This user can create secondary blogs, what had a limitations: cannot follow as secondary blog other blog, cannot like this secondary blog other blog, just the primary account user.
Q1: how I know when I following any Tumblr blog, this is someone’s primary blog or secondary blog?
Q2: If I follow the user’s secondary blog, how I know this user primary blog name?
Real world example with example Tumblr blog names: 1. I following ABC1.tumblr.com blog 2. I following ABC2.tumblr.com blog 3. DEFG3.tumblr.com user started following me 4. HIJK4.tumblr.com user started following me
How I know who is the owner of ABC1.tumblr.com and ABC2.tumblr.com blog?
If I check blog with http://postlimit.com, I can get informations what maybe helps to detect this blog primary or secondary.
Check this, 3queries, first maybe primary account and 2 secondary:
So, secondary account now not had share likes. But how to know – back to my example – who is the owner of secondary blog?
For example if I want only follow who is following me, but I following the user’s secondary blog and the user started following me, I will unfollow his blog because not his primary blog and I don’t know who is the owner of that not primary blog.
You clearly understand what I want to know?
Summary: how I can know if I follow any user’s secondary blog, then this owner of secondary blog start following me (but of course I don’t following his primary blog what same as his user account, blog name) ?
To create your first blog, all you need to do is sign up for a Tumblr account. The username you choose when signing up will be your Tumblr identity, and it will appear in the URL of your primary blog.
For example, if you choose to sign up as ‘belindaswriting’, then your primary Tumblr blog will be located at belindaswriting.tumblr.com.
1. In your web browser, go to www.tumblr.com.
2. Enter your email address, a password and your chosen username.
If you enter a username that’s already being used by someone else, a list of similar names appear. Choose one of these by clicking on it, or type a different name.
3. Once you’ve entered an available username, click Sign up.
An age verification page appears.
1. In the How old are you field, type your age, and tick the box to agree to the Terms of Service.
2. Click Next.
3. Type the text that appears in the image, and click Almost Done!
A gallery of blogs appears.
4. Choose five blogs to follow by clicking the Follow button in the top right hand corner of the blog. You can always unfollow them later.
If none of the blogs look interesting to you, you can use the search box to find blogs covering different topics.
1. When you’ve chosen your five blogs to follow, click See it!
Your dashboard appears, showing posts from the blogs you’re following. To learn more about using your dashboard, see Your dashboard .
2. Finally, verify your email address by logging in to the email account you used to sign up for Tumblr. Open the email from Tumblr Support and click the link to verify your email.
You’re now ready to customize your blog, or just start posting. See Customise the look of your blog (link).
Tumblr is a microblogging platform and social networking website primarily centered around media based content.
Hence it makes perfect sense to complement your Tumblr blog with your pictures and content from Instagram.
As you already know, Instagram is the preferred platform where people enjoy to share images and photographs.
This is mostly because the social media network is filled with amazing photo effects which you can use to easily enhance your images and make it seem like they have been clicked by professionals.
Tumblr, on the other hand, has been steadily gaining in popularity and currently has something over 400 million blog accounts.
A whole barrage of people uses it on a daily basis to share media content like pictures, quotations, videos, and so on.
Are you seeing a connection yet? If you have a Tumblr blog then you can complement with all the high-quality images that you have posted on Instagram.
The main question here is what is the most convenient means of doing this? And the answer is by using Instagram widgets for your Tumblr blog.
By adding an Instagram Widget, you will be able to automatically display your Instagram images directly onto your Tumblr blog.
Now, there is no default method to help you install an Instagram widget to your Tumblr. However, it can be easily achieved with the help of some third party tools.
Here, we will be using Snapwidget, and see how it can help you to showcase your Instagram images directly to your Tumblr. It is an online tool that helps users to display an Instagram gallery onto their websites.
Using the tool, you will be essentially creating a widget by just filling in your username and preferred parameters for the widget.
The tool will then generate a code snippet which you can embed on to your website or blog to integrate an Instagram widget that will pull in your latest Instagram uploads and update itself every 30 minutes.
Now, do note that we stated the tool is used for adding an Instagram gallery to your website. So how can it help you to add it to your Tumblr account?
Well, that is what we will be discussing. So without further ado, let’s get started:
Quick Way To Add Your Instagram Widget to Tumblr
If you want to add an Instagram widget, the first thing you will have to do is create one widget. Here are some easy to follow steps that can help you create an Instagram widget on Snapwidget:
Creating an Instagram Widget:
- Create an account with Snapwidget and login to get to the dashboard. Here you will find the Create A New Widget button.
- A list will appear containing options for all the possible widgets. For the purpose of this guide, we will use the Free Instagram Grid Widget. Once you have selected that, click on the Create A New Widget button.
- You will now have to link your Instagram account. You can do this by simply clicking on the + button.
- Next up, log into your Instagram account and you will notice that your Instagram username has filled the Username field of the widget.
- Now, configure all the rest of the options according to your preference.
- You will be able to see how your Widget looks. If you like it, click on Get Widget and you will be delivered with the code snippet.
You will now have to insert this code snippet into your Tumblr to integrate the widget. Up next, we will be going in-depth on how you can do this.
Adding an Instagram Widget to Your Tumblr:
- Head on over to Tumblr and enter your Dashboard .
- Now click on the Account button.
IMAGE COURTESY: SNAPWIDGET
- Here you will find the Edit appearance option. Select it!
- There will be an option called Website Theme . Under it is the Edit theme option. Click here next.
- Now click on Edit HTML .
Once you have got this interface up, you will be able to copy paste your widget code snippet directly onto this area which will add the widget to your Tumblr. However, if you want to finetune a bit more, there here are a few more steps you can follow:
Change the Formatting of the Instagram Widget:
- Use an tag to display a horizontal line above your widget.
- You can use a Header tag like
to implement a header to accompany your widget.
You can use the
Inserting the Instagram Widget Before A Post:
- Once you are in the HTML file, search out for this line: “
- Enter your Instagram widget code snippet below this line. You can use a
at the end of the snippet to introduce a line break between your widget and your posts.
- Now click on the Update Preview option to see the changes. If you like what you see, then click on Save . Or else, you can always make changes so that it suits your preference.
Inserting the Instagram Widget After A Post:
- When you are trying to insert the Instagram widget after a post, you will have to open your HTML file and search for this line: “
Inserting the Instagram Widget in the Sidebar:
- Again, open up your HTML file and search out this line: “
NOTE: The widget is responsive. Hence the preview which you will get will display the page based on the widget of the preview pane. This might make it seem that the widget is narrower.
Чтобы создать свой собственный блог, потребуется лишь несколько минут.
Ваш блог должен стать отражением вашего стиля. Просто выберите один из настраиваемых шаблонов и понравившееся фоновое изображение или придумайте собственный неповторимый дизайн.
У каждого блога должен быть свой собственный адрес. Получите его в домене blogspot.com или купите персональный домен.
Хотите, чтобы ваше увлечение приносило доход? Зарабатывайте с помощью Google AdSense, показывая посетителям релевантные рекламные объявления в своем блоге.
Познакомьтесь с читателями
Встроенные средства аналитики Blogger помогут лучше понять пристрастия ваших читателей и узнать, в каких странах вас читают. Чтобы получить дополнительную информацию, можно связать свой блог с сервисом “Google Аналитика”.
Не дайте воспоминаниям потускнеть. Вы можете хранить в Blogger тысячи записей, фотографии и многое другое.
Присоединяйтесь к миллионам блогеров
В Blogger можно писать о чем угодно, например о погоде, последних новостях или интересных идеях. Зарегистрируйтесь – и вы узнаете, почему огромное число пользователей выбрали этот сервис.
Tumblr is a popular blogging site that lets you share photos, text posts, videos and music with your friends and followers. It’s a great place for artists, writers, and other people who want to share their work with others.
But if you want visitors to have access to your other social media accounts or content off the site, you can include a link in your blog’s bio.
Tumblr doesn’t tell you how to add links when you edit your bio, so it’s not obvious that you even can. But it’s surprisingly simple, as long as you know how to copy and paste.
How to add links to your Tumblr bio
Including a clickable URL requires some basic coding. To edit your account, you’ll want to start at your feed, or Dashboard.
1. Open Tumblr in a web browser and log in, and then head to your dashboard.
2. Click the icon in the top-right that looks like a person’s head and shoulders.
3. Under the blog that you want to edit, click “Edit appearance.” If the blog you want doesn’t have any options underneath, hover your mouse over its name and click the head-and-shoulders icon that appears next to it.
4. On the “Blog Options” page that opens, click “Edit theme.”
5. In the left sidebar, click the text underneath “Description.” This is your blog’s current bio.
6. Now it’s time to add your link. Copy and paste this code into the description box, in the place where you want your link to be:
7. Insert your link in place of “URL” and what you want the text to be in place of “TITLE.” Remember to delete the quotation marks.
8. Hit “Save” at the top of the sidebar, and then “Exit.”
Your link should now be active in your Tumblr bio.
Matthew Guay is a veteran app reviewer and technology tip writer. His work has appeared on Zapier’s blog, AppStorm, Envato Tuts+, and his own blog, Techinch. Read more.
Would you like to make your Tumblr blog a conversational site where people come to talk? Here’s how you can transform your Tumblr blog into a community by adding a forum to it.
Tumblr makes it very easy to make and update a simple and stylish blog. We’ve covered many ways you can build your Tumblr site’s community and extend your basic blog with a custom domain, Disqus comments, social network integration, and more. Another way you can build interest and keep people around longer is with a forum. Traditionally, adding a forum to your website would be difficult and time consuming, and you would have to maintain the forum software on your server or hosting service. This doesn’t have to be the case now, as you can add a simple Pnyxe forum to you Tumblr blog in seconds.
Signup for Pnyxe
You’ll be offered to upgrade to a Pro account for more customization and management options. If you’d just like to use the free version, click Not now to go to your administrative dashboard.
In the mean time, you should receive an activation email. Check your spam filter if you can’t find the message. Once you’ve received it, either click the link to activate your account or copy the verification code to activate manually.
If you haven’t activated yet, you’ll be asked to do so when you first login to the administrative dashboard. Enter your verification code from the email, and click Complete Sign Up.
Add Pnyxe to Tumblr
Once you’ve activated your account, you’re ready to start adding it to your Tumblr blog. By default, you’ll see the code for the DiscussIt widget, which works similarly to Disqus comments. We want to add a forum to our blog, so select the ForumIt Widget link on the left under Installation.
Select the code in the text box on the right in the page, and copy it. This is the code you’ll need to add to your Tumblr blog.
Now, in Tumblr, open the Customize page from your dashboard.
Select the Theme tab, and click the Use Custom HTML button if you don’t already have it enabled.
Now, search for the footer div block, and paste the Pnyxe code before the next
This will create the Pnyxe forum on the footer of your Tumblr theme, so it will create a new forum on every post and your front page. You can try placing it in different divs on your theme if you want, but the footer works the most reliably in our experience. Click Save + Close when you’re finished with the changes.
Using Your New Tumblr Forum
Now, at the bottom of your posts, you’ll see a forum box. Readers can start a new forum topic directly, and can even use some rich formatting in the body of their post.
From the Advanced Options, posters can choose to add a poll to their forum topic as well.
Once you’re done entering the post, click Send to post the topic. Pnyxe will ask if you want to share the post, and you can choose to post it to Facebook, Twitter, or share by email if you want.
Once there are posts, you’ll see the topics, number of views and responses, and more directly under the Tumblr post.
Click a forum topic to see the discussion in it, and you can reply to posts just the same as you would write one. The entire Pnyxe interface works without refreshing, so you’ll be able to quickly see and respond to posts without leaving the page or reloading it.
Make a Tumblr Site With Only a Forum
Or, if you’d rather keep your main Tumblr blog’s design clean and uncluttered, then you could always start a second Tumblr blog that is fully dedicated to your Pnyxe forum. Just follow our directions on setting up a new Tumblr blog, or setup a second blog on your existing Tumblr account. Just leave the privacy features turned off, and let it be a standard public blog, or leave the password on to create an exclusive online community. Repeat the steps above, and then your new site will have a forum without extra posts and other Tumblr content.
Then, you might want to post a link to your new forum on your main Tumblr blog so all of your readers will know about it and join in. Enjoy!
Pnyxe forums give your Tumblr blog a lot more potential for interaction and discussion, and can help you build a community around your Tumblr site. The forum blended in nicely with several Tumblr themes we tried, and it only took a few minutes to get it up and running. We still prefer Disqus for general comments, but if you’re looking for more ways to let your readers discus and contribute to your site, this is a great way to do it. It’s amazing how much you can do with Tumblr, and we’re really enjoying using it. Give it a try, and see how it works for building your community.
You could also use Pnyxe to turn other sites, including a WordPress.org-powered blog, into a forum. Or, if you’d like to make a dedicated WordPress site that’s similar to a forum mixed with Twitter, check out our tutorial on making a group blog with P2.
To see some examples of different themes and customizations you can check out the Tumblr blogs from our writing team:
Being online has never been more embarrassing. People are renting 10 minutes of time on private jets for the ‘gram . The most innocuous and best-meaning of posts can spark outrage. You can’t talk to someone on a plane without it becoming a viral story that leads to harassment . The president tweets .
But there’s a lot of good stuff too, of course, which makes it hard to log off completely. That’s why I humbly suggest creating anonymous accounts—Instagram and Tumblr are my preferred platforms—to escape it all.
It’s not a f insta , exactly. And it’s not an anonymous account that allows you to spew hatred and make racist comments without recourse, or creep on an ex. In fact, it’s almost the opposite of all of that: A place where you can indulge wholly and completely in your interests and guilty pleasures, and no one else knows or sees. It’s your little slice of anonymous internet heaven, an intentional, stress-free place of joy.
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My Tumblr, which I’ve had for many years and has always been anonymous (even as a naive college freshman, I recognized the embarrassment inherent in posts on the platform), is a place I can reblog Sylvia Plath quotes and sepia-tinted photos of pens and journals strategically placed on a rustic writing desk and not worry about what anyone else thinks. A more self-assured person might not care, but the fact is I don’t necessarily want all of my friends and coworkers knowing that I was up until 3 a.m. looking at pictures of Parisian cafés and reading about the Combahee River Collective and Slenderman. I just want to post sappy love quotes without judgment. I want to be basic in peace.
At first, Tumblr was a platform that fed my burgeoning political and policy interests, and allowed me to learn about things I wouldn’t have otherwise. Doing so anonymously gave me the freedom to look potentially (read: definitely) stupid and not face any backlash or internet rage. More recently, Tumblr has become an escape from the horrors of the news cycle, a place where I can read earnest poetry and look at landscape shots instead of refreshing Twitter for the 200th time to see what fresh hell is upon us.
Then there’s my anonymous Instagram, which I use to follow accounts dedicated to interior design, fashion, inspirational quotes, Bachelorette contestants and all other forms of “embarrassing” content I actually really love.
It’s Time to Stop Using Snapchat (Unless You’re a Teen)
Near the end of 2017, something weird started to happen. Snapchat’s iPhone app kept logging me out…
While this also acts as a reprieve from Trump and his bullshit, the added benefit of the private Insta is that I don’t have to follow my friends, family and people from high school whose names I barely remember. There are no stakes, no pretending, no comparisons. I can unabashedly comment on Karamo’s newest Queer Eye group shot and watch makeup tutorials I’ll never attempt, without having my joyous post stream interrupted by the fifth picture of my second cousin’s bachelorette weekend or the pile of trash in my old coworker’s “artsy” New York snap. There are no bad feelings, no news accounts and, best of all, no followers. It’s just me, Karamo and 400 other branded accounts dedicated to absolute nonsense and frivolity.
No doubt many people have accounts like that (and certainly more than a few Kinja commenters can relate). If you don’t, I can recommend enough making one or two of your own. You’ll get a break from the news and your neighbor’s baby pics, and still get to see what Doug the Pug is up to. A win-win.
Alright so I’ve seen a ton of people confused about how to acquire and navigate (primarily) the comico app and (sometimes) the Pocket Comics app, but fret not! I’m here to help ‘v’)b
1. O comico app, where art thou?
Unfortunately, it’s been brought to my attention by several people that the original Japanese comico app is mysteriously absent from the American iTunes store. I checked this myself and confirmed that it isn’t coming up even when searching by the developer (although Pocket Comics DOES come up, so no worries there). A quick google search has turned up nothing on why comico is suddenly absent, which leaves y’all with 2 options that I know of;
1: Use the desktop site (much less user-friendly, but I’ve had at least one person tell me it’s still possible to unlock chapters for free)
2. Switch to the Japanese iTunes store to download the app (relatively easy to do, but requires a valid method of payment in the country you’re switching to)
I’ve also heard tell that a site called apkpure.com(?) carries the comico app, but as I know next to nothing of this particular service I would recommend doing your research first and proceeding at your own risk.
2. I’ve got the comico app!! ….How do I use it?!
Yeah, Japanese apps can be intimidating, especially since it’s a lot harder to google translate your way to victory. But for those of you who are lucky enough to actually have the app somehow, I’ve got not one but TWO handy-dandy guides for you ready to go 😀
Note that these guides aren’t actually mine; the first one was made by the kind folks over at @incorrectnanbaka and can be found here, and the second one can be found on the Nabaka Aminoapps wiki here. Both are pretty detailed, but I’ve also included some tips below that I felt weren’t adequately covered ‘v’)b
Tip 1: make sure to search for Nanbaka by its Japanese title! (ナンバカ)
Good news! You don’t actually need an account to use the app! 😀
Bad news! You still have to know a tiny bit of Japanese to get what you want. 🙁
The reason for this is because searching for Nanbaka by its English title won’t bring up the webcomic in the app, so your best bet is to either type in the katakana yourself (if you know it) or copy-paste the Japanese title from somewhere else (like, say, this very post, where I wrote it up above. Aren’t I nice?).
Tip 2: unlocking chapters
So like most of the comics on comico, a lot of the earlier Nanbaka chapters and some of the extra chapters are totally free and ready to be read at any time just by clicking on them.
Some of them, however, are locked and require either points, coins or ads to unlock. The Amino guide covers this pretty well, but I just wanted to point out that ads are probably the best and easiest way to unlock chapters, as there’s no extra steps involved and you’ll still get to unlock a chapter per day. Once you’ve unlocked the chapter you’ll have it on rental for about a week, and afterwards you’ll have to watch another ad to unlock it again.
And that’s it! If you’ve got any more questions about how to navigate and use the app feel free to message me, but hopefully this covers everything ^^
3. Cool guide, but I don’t have the app. 🙁 Will all this apply to the desktop site, too?
The short answer is kinda, but not really.
The long answer is that the desktop site doesn’t have the option to unlock chapters using ads, so you’re going to have to either pay real (Japanese) money to get coins or go through the extra steps to get points.
This Amino guide here seems to cover the steps for getting points to unlock chapters pretty well, but as I’ve yet to encounter the gift points they talk about
and also keep getting errors on the site for some reason I can’t personally verify the effectiveness of their claims.
4. I don’t have/can’t get the app, and the desktop site isn’t working for me. What now?
Unfortunately, you’re kind of out of luck in this scenario. :\ Outside of paying money to buy the chapters on the desktop site, the only thing you can really do is wait for the official English releases on Pocket Comics.
It sucks, I know, but waiting for the releases to catch up is a whole lot better than the comic itself getting axed from low ratings. A slow release is better than no release at all, so try to hang in there and be patient!
…Or just read my translations without the visuals if you’re, like, super desperate. I won’t judge u lol
tl;dr: if you’ve got the comico app, great! You’re set! If not, you might be screwed, but if all else fails Pocket Comics still has your back
Thanks for reading this (hopefully helpful) guide! If y’all have any further questions about stuff I didn’t cover or go too into detail with, feel free to send an ask or message me, and I’ll try to get back to u soon ‘v’)b
Matthew Guay is a veteran app reviewer and technology tip writer. His work has appeared on Zapier’s blog, AppStorm, Envato Tuts+, and his own blog, Techinch. Read more.
Are you tired of your old blog and find it too much trouble to maintain? Here’s how you can get a fresh new start with a new, free Tumblr blog.
Whether you’re an entrepreneur and want to share your latest products with the world or a mom with parenting tips to share, chances are you have a blog or have considered starting one. Blogs are great to share your thoughts and favorite things with the world, but most blogging systems can be cumbersome and difficult to manage. Tumblr is a different take on blogs. It is built around the concept of sharing what is most important to you, and makes it very easy to post pictures, videos, quotes, links, and even traditional blog posts. It takes the work out of blogging, and lets you focus on your content. Let’s take a look at how you can create a Tumblr blog for free.
Signing up for a free Tumblr blog is very simple. Head over to Tumblr.com, and simply enter a username, password, and URL for your new blog. Note that the address for your new blog will be your_blogname.tumblr.com. Don’t worry about finding the perfect name; you can always change it in the future. Click Sign up and Start Posting when you’re finished.
You’ll be asked to confirm that you’re a human by entering a Capatcha. Enter the text in the image, and then click I’m human!
Now, you’re ready to start posting. Two clicks, and you’re already done!
Select one of the icons along the top of your Tumblr dashboard to post whatever you want. You can post a photo, quote, link, chat, audio, video, or even a text blog post.
The editor is simple to use, and gives just enough tools to make it easy to post like you want. Standard keyboard shortcuts for bold, italics, and more work as normal in the online editor. Click Create Post when you’re ready to publish your thoughts to your blog.
Posting a picture is similarly easy; click Choose File to upload your picture, and then add a caption if you wish. Alternately, you can post a link to an image, and it will show up, or you can even take a photo from your webcam.
We especially liked the Link post option, which makes it easy to share interesting articles and websites and add your own input about them.
Quickly Customize Your Blog
Once you’ve created your first post, Tumblr will prompt you to customize your blog. Enter a title, upload a portrait of yourself or a logo for your blog if you like, and click Show all appearance options for more customization options.
Here you can easily change your blog’s title, description, theme and more. Change anything you want, and then click Save in the top right corner.
Tumblr offers dozens of beautiful themes, including free and premium ones. Select a theme to preview it on the blog preview below. We’ll be showing you more tricks and tricks on customizing your Tumblr in an upcoming post, so feel free to experiment and come back for that.
Keeping Up With Other Tumblrs
As you may notice, your Tumblr Dashboard shows other posts underneath your posting buttons. These are recent posts from Tumblr blogs you follow, so by default you’ll see posts from the Tumblr team.
Click the heart to show you like a post, or click the notes link to see who else liked a post.
If you want to read older posts, scroll down and Tumblr will automatically load them.
After you’ve posted to your Tumblr and customized your blog, Tumblr may prompt you to follow your friends and other interesting people. You can enter your email credentials to see if any of your friends are using Tumblr, or check out some of the featured blogs on the left.
Whenever you’re reading a blog that’s powered by Tumblr, you’ll notice buttons on the top right. Click Follow to see their recent posts on your Tumblr dashboard.
Or, if you really like a post, click the Reblog link. This will open a window where you can post a link to the post on your Tumblr blog, and you can also add comments or extra info in the Description field if you want.
If one of the Tumblr blogs you follow posts new content while you’re on your dashboard, you’ll see an update beside the Tumblr logo. Refresh the page to see the new posts.
The Tumblr Follow system is like a blend between RSS feeds and following someone on Twitter, and we’ve found it very easy to use. If many of your friends and colleagues are using Tumblr, you may find yourself heading to your Tumblr dashboard to find out what’s going on. But even if you only want to post yourself, the Dashboard still makes it easy to post whatever you want.
Whether you want to share your pictures or practice your writing skills, Tumblr is a great option for blogging. We’ve found it much easier to use than other blogging systems, while still looking nice with advanced features. While WordPress edges closer to being a full blown Content Management System, Tumblr is back at the origins of blogging, helping users post what’s most important to them. Come back for more Tumblr content soon, as we’ll show you how to customize your Tumblr blog, share your content with the world, and more!
If you want to get an idea of what you can expect from Tumblr, several How-To Geek team members have Tumblr blogs. Not all of them have been updated recently, but you’ll get the idea.
- The Geek’s Daily Geekery
- Mysticgeek’s Tumblr blog
- Matthew’s what a day may bring
- Chris Welker’s Tumblr Blog
Tumblr is a microblogging site in which you can share posts that are formed as text, quotes, URL, GIF, pictures, videos, and audio. It is possible to chat as other social media platforms do. Since Tumblr is a very popular website, people have wondered many things about it, including how to put links in the Tumblr description.
For years, Tumblr users have been trying to express themselves on their Tumblr blog. It can be said that the blog is like a daybook. You can explain yourself or your blog and add the link to your other social media accounts in the description box. So, Tumblr makes contact with other social media platforms. This feature can be serviceable for your network. Then, let’s learn how to put links in the Tumblr description?
How to Use the Description Box on Tumblr
- You can summarize yourself and your life by describing your hobbies, thoughts, dealing with subjects, and your emotions about anything.
- The descriptions in blogs generally include unique texts and links (whether hyperlink or not) about personal knowledge.
What Can You Do With Links in the Tumblr Description?
- You share the links of your other social media accounts like Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest. As a result, your accounts and followers are attached to each other; this situation causes you to be recognized. As people get to know you, you will be understood.
- The links can be classified in order to simplify access to the personal information that you want to share. For example, you want to separate your posts, likes, and other actions.
All in all, you must have understood that you can insert any link in your Tumblr bio.
How to Put Links in the Tumblr Description?
It’s so easy to transform your blog into a specific place for you and your followers. If you explore and understand your blog, the followers do as well. It is explained in the following phrases for computers and mobile devices.
Steps for Putting a Link in Tumblr Description for Computer:
- Firstly, you should log in to your Tumblr account.
- You see the homepage of Tumblr. Tap the top right ”account” button that looks like a human profile. Choose your Tumblr blog.
- Tap the ”Edit appearance” option on the right side of the screen.
- Later, choose the ”edit theme” in the ”website theme” part.
- You should put the link to the ”description box” in the appearance options located on the right.
- You can type things that describe you in this box if you want. The link is put by this way:
next to your text, if you have the text in your description box. If you do that, the link you will put is located in the bottom line. You can think of this code as the ”space” button.
- Open the page of the link that you want to add to your Tumblr bio and copy the link.
- You should use this code in your description to add the link:
Paste the link that you copy instead of ’URL.’ It’s important to type with quotation marks as above.
- Now, you can type any title for the link that is showed in the description. It will be the name of the link.
You can copy the code from above and paste your description. You don’t need to know the code information.
How to add links to the Tumblr description?
7. The color of the link can be changed with the ”link color” feature in the theme options.
8. Tap the blue ”Save” button at the top after you finish. Finally, your followers can see the links in your blog and access the page by clicking on it.
Steps for Putting a Link in Tumblr Description for Mobile Devices:
1. Open the Tumblr app on your phone.
2. Tap the ”account” icon in the bottom right line.
3. When your blog is opened on the screen, choose the ”Edit appearance” option in the top line. Its icon looks like a palette.
4. Tap your description. Copy the code in the above and paste the description box. This step is too similar to steps on the computer.
Tumblr is a microblogging and social networking platform that is especially popular with teens and young adults. Since its beginning, Tumblr provided .
Since Tumblr announced its new regulations regarding banning adult content from the platform, many Tumblr users were looking for ways to back up their.
You should paste the link instead of ’URL’ and type the title of the link instead of ’TITLE.’
You can have a look at the 6. Step in above for this if you get hard to understand.
5. Tap the ”update” button in the top right corner.
6. Then, choose the ”save” in the top line.
Concluding Putting Links on Tumblr Description
We have explained how to insert links in the Tumblr description. You can edit your blog with your creativity and inspiration by watching your followers’ interactions. Classification in your Tumblr account will help to tell you the other parts of life.
If you want to learn more about Tumblr, check out our other articles as well. You may be interested in how to download Tumblr videos.
See, that’s what the app is perfect for.
I went from like 4 to 21 followers without posting shit so that’s fun, haven’t even seen the house shit so guess I’ll take a look at that some time soon
Also if anyone has any suggestions give em to me since I ain’t got any idea of what to try to do
I went from like 4 to 21 followers without posting shit so that’s fun, haven’t even seen the house shit so guess I’ll take a look at that some time soon
To day were gonna do a simple one for how to do a flower crown!
First off choose any of these hair styles and use the third pattern.
Then use the second hair slot and make it the color you wish for the crown to be.
Then choose the flower ear piece and make that the color you wish to make crown.
And boom a simple little flower crown to give your charater a nice little spring look (too bad its summer)
i just posted a tutorial on how to make a tube top but while looking for how to make that i found out how to make a loose shirt!
First just use the same first step as the bra using the top and bottom first pieces as skin, fur, feathered, etc. colored and the middle 3 as the shirt.
But then just simply just use the bandanna, choose the second pattern option. Make it all shirt colored except for the top outline, make that skin colored to finish the look!
So thats how you get this nice little casual look for a nice little casual cutie!
Today were doing a . bra. tutorial
More of of a tube top but it still has a little bit of added buubie so thats good!
First just put on a simple shirt with a full stripe pattern with the top and bottom colors being skin colored and the middle 3 the color of the shirt
Then go to the ?handkerchief? im not sure what it really is but it looks old timey and go the bottom 2 shirt colored and the top 2 being skin colored
using this piece gives a little bit of titties to help out
This is a pretty short one but i hope it could help with maybe a swim suit set! or maybe something a bit hotter
Today we going to do a sheep tutorial!
Your going to want to blend most of the colors together for this so the wool effect will work!
Firstly for the hair, these are the two that i personally feel fit the best together but really its up to you.
The styles highlighted are all the best styles for a sheepy since they keep with the floofy look of them.
This tail looks coot and floofy, nothing much more.
Okay this part is a story, if you look up sheepys on pony town they always have this on there legs, ive seem many wild player use it, while getting the ending pic for this post i found a sheepy using it. Like it looks nice, dont really understand how it relates to sheep but i feel this is an important part.
Put the loose cloak on to help with the wool
put the little skirt on to help with wool, note i made the bottom bit a descending dark, personally i feel it just helps with it but thats just me.
i use the saddle since it cover the most, looking back i probably could have use the multiple colors a bit more to give a bit more of a wool effect.
sorry this post was written a bit poorly but hopefully it helps for your little fluffy baby!
Email is a pain.
Yet, despite that most obvious of truths, it’s almost impossible to use the internet without an email account. Or, realistically, several accounts. You need one for work, one for your personal life, and at least one for all the garbage “confirmation email” signups that most sites now require. But there’s a trick — something those in the know have been doing for years — to make your time online less of a depressing slog of clicks and spam: burner emails.
Unlike a straight up fake email address (hello [email protected]) that you made up on the spot while filling out an online form, a burner email is a real account that you can actually check. It has the benefit, however, of not being explicitly tied to your name or other online accounts. In addition, it has the clutch aspect of keeping that aforementioned spam as far away from your real inbox as possible.
But how to do it quickly? Going through the process of creating a new Gmail account, say, every time you need to hit a “click to activate” link found in an incoming email is annoying. (Although, you can create a Gmail account without providing a real email address or phone number for confirmation.)
Thankfully, there is an entire host of free services online that allow you to create a temporary email inbox with the click of a single button. Notably, these services should not be used for anything private or confidential. Also, importantly, this is not an instructional manual on how to create anonymous email accounts 100 percent disconnected from your real world identity — so don’t get all excited about the digital crime spree you’re about to go on.
Instead, this is about streamlining your daily internet life. And so, in the spirit of single clicking your way to burner account freedom, allow me to introduce you to the concept of 10 minute mail.
Although the exact amount of time differs per service, the general idea is the same: A single click creates an email inbox for a limited amount of time. The inbox is automatically open for the receipt (and often only receipt) of emails. After the set time period, the email address and its associated inbox’s contents expire.
One such service, 10MinuteMail, allows you to add an additional 10 minutes to the life of the account should you feel like it.
There are scores of other similar sites like 10MinuteMail (just search for “10 minute mail” on Google).
A related, but slightly different service, called Maildrop allows you to choose your own address (hello [email protected] ). However, anyone can view the inbox in question if they happen to have or guess the email address associated with it — or if it is linked, say, in a Mashable article.
Like we said, don’t use these services for anything private or sensitive. But hey, when you just quickly need a throwaway email address for some random internet bullshit, burner email accounts have you covered.
Related Video: Millions of people may be giving away their privacy through ancestry tests
This post shows how to create new categories for use in expense reports in Dynamics AX 2012. In the example scenario illustrated below, many of our employees rent audio gear for serenading our customers while installing their software. We want to track this as a separate expense report entry. Before we can enter an expense category, we must enter a shared category, or use an existing one. In this example we will create a new category.
To begin, we navigate to the Travel and expense area page and expand Travel and expense entry under Setup:
Then we select > Shared categories:
Click > New on the Shared Categories form:
Fill in the form: Note that the subcategory is optional.
Once the form is filled in, click > Close and return to the area page. Click > Expense Categories:
Click New to create a new Expense category:
Select the shared category from the drop-down list to fill it into the expense category:
Note that the Default payment method is required.
The main account, additional payment methods, and sub-categories are not required. The expense category is now ready for use on expense reports:
Tumblr is one of the leading platforms to create a free blog. You can use Tumblr to write your content and you can also use the platform as a social site to promote your blog content.
What if you want to make your Tumblr blog private? Is that possible?
Definitely, it is possible. In this article, we will see how to make a Tumblr blog private.
When we talk about the private blogs the privacy could be in many levels. You can make a site completely private by password protecting it. You can make a blog open to a group of people while it is not accessible to outsiders.
So, you need to first understand your objective and proceed accordingly.
While most of the bloggers struggle to get more traffic to their blog, why would someone like to make their blog private?
There could be a number of reasons to make a blog private. For example, if you are creating a blog just to write your personal things; it is not a good idea to keep that open to all.
At Tumblr, many folks create a blog just to practice and improve their writing skills, so why to keep that open to all.
If you are blogging professionally, it is better to create your blog on WordPress platform that offers you complete flexibility in terms of design and monetization and SEO benefits. Here is an article that will help you to understand how to create your first blog and get your domain name for free.
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Make a Tumblr Blog Private
Tumblr doesn’t allow password protect your first blog. If you like to create a private Tumblr blog, you will have to create a secondary blog and password protect it.
However, there are a few options that will reduce the visibility of your first Tumblr blog. Let’s have a look
First Step: Go to your profile and settings
Click on your profile icon on the right top corner of your site and click on the settings tab.
Second Step: Select the blog to change the visibility
Click and select the blog that you wish to make private. When you click on the blog it will take you to the settings of the blog.
Scroll and go down to the visibility settings options and set it up according to your need.
Password Protecting Your Tumblr Blog
As already mentioned, Tumblr doesn’t allow you to password protect your main blog. However, you can create a secondary blog and password protect it.
01. To create a password protect your Tumblr blog, click on the profile Icon at the top right corner and click on +New Button.
02. In the next screen, you will get the option to add the details of your new private blog. Put the name of your blog, the URL and the password for your site.
Now you have your own private blog
The process of creating a private blog is quick and simple and you don’t have to go through any complicated settings.
We at begindot already published a number of articles related to the Tumblr platform such as this article about the best Tumblr backgrounds that you can use to make your Tumblr blog look beautiful.
Hey, nobody wants a lame looking Tumblr page, so this article will give you some Tumblr HTML codes to use to make your page look great. You can do things like add effects to the text on the page, change the font and add scrolls by adding a little HTML code. If you want to learn more about learning HTML, then you can take a very inexpensive online HTML class.
HTML Codes for Tumblr
Any of these codes can be inserted where you are allowed to put custom HTML codes in Tumblr. Just replace the words Your Text Message with your own words. Enter the code and you will be done!
HTML Codes to Dress up Your Tumblr Text
Make your text bold: Your Text Message
Italicize your text: Your Text Message
For the times you want your text to appear that it has a line through it, like you changed your mind about saying it use this code:
Your Text Message
Underline your text to emphasize it: Your Text Message
Make your text blink off and on: Your Text Message
Subscript text, like you would use for a footnote: Your Text Message
How to Format Text on Tumblr
The following are HTML codes to format your text on your Tumblr page to make it just how you want it.
To align your text to the left side of the page or table cell:
To align your text to the right side of the page or table cell:
Put your text in the middle of the page: Your Text Message
HTML Code to Change the Font on Tumblr
An example of how this would look when you are done is Mary had a little lamb.
HTML Code to Make a Button on Tumblr
The url that is written there is where the button should take the person that clicks on it. So, you would put your own url in there. You can also change the value to be whatever word you would like to see on your button.
HTML Code to Make a Scroll Box on Tumblr
This code gives you a scroll box that will be 100px by 100px in size. You can change 100 and put in whatever size you would like the sides to be. Of course, enter your own text where it has Your Text Message and those will be the words that scroll in the box.
If you’d like a scroll across the page that is called a Marquee, here is the HTML Code for that: Your Text Message
You can change the speed of the scroll by change that number 1 to a different number. You can have it scroll to the left by replacing the word right with the word left.
HTML Code to Make a Table on Tumblr
Here is a basic table for your Tumblr page. You can change the border to be any size you want by changing that number 1 to a different number. You can change it to zero if you don’t want a border. You can also put the url of a photo in the where it says Your Text Message.
You can add more cells by adding more of this line:
HTML Code for a Link
If you would like to write a link to use on your Tumblr page, use this: Your Text Message
Change this: https://www.udemy.com to the url that is where ever you want the person to go. And of course, the Your Text Message needs to be changed to the words that you want to be highlighted and clicked.
HTML Code for Inserting an Image to Tumblr
You need to enter the exact url that pulls up your image on the Internet. Enter that url instead of using: https://www.udemy.com/yourimage.jpg. And of course, change the Your Text Message to whatever title you want to have on that image when it displays on your Tumblr page. You will need to change the width and the height numbers to the exact size you want the image to be.
If you do not want to add an image title or don’t want to have to enter the size of the photo, use this HTML code instead:
Of course, you use the url of your actual image, not the sample shown.
How to Change the Size of the Font on Tumblr
Here is the HTML code you need to change the size of the font on your page:
You can change that 20 number to any size number that you want it to be.
Code for a Pop up Message on Tumblr
If you would like a message to pop up to welcome guests to your Tumblr page or to ask them to do something like join your mailing list, you can use this code:
Write whatever message you want the pop up to display where it says Your Text Message.
To use the code, put your text message in the code and then add it to the HTML customization section of your Tumblr page.
Mouse Sparkle Trails Code for Tumblr
You can change the color of the sparkles by entering a different color code where it has “var colour=”. #00baff is a teal green color. To choose your own special color, you can use this color code generator.
Dressing Up Your Tumblr
You can use just about any HTML code on Tumblr to make changes and get away from the standard choices that are available as themes. Or maybe you need just some quick HTML modifications to use your Tumblr account for business. By learning some HTML, you can make all the changes you want to make to have your Tumblr looking exactly the way you want it to look. By taking an intense class for HTML online, it is the easiest and least expensive way to learn new HTML tricks that you can use on Tumblr.